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4.30 – 6.30pm at the British Library, 96 Euston Road.

We will be launching the umbrella identity for Healthy Weight, Healthy Lives activities in Camden - Camden Can. Camden Can is a series of evolving projects to help and inspire people living and working in Camden to eat a healthier diet and be more physically active every day.


Annual report 2016/17 'Speak Up'

In focus: Hospital care

The Healthwatch network heard from 341,000 people, carers and staff during the last year about what they think of health and social care services.

Our fifth annual report to Parliament highlights a summary of what people like and what could be improved.

We have also produced Speak up in Easy Read and Large Print.

If you need this report in a different format, please email enquiries@healthwatch.co.uk or call 03000 68 3000


On 3rd November, your MP has the chance to change the law. You can make sure that they do.

We need your help to support a Bill in Parliament on 3rd November which will limit the use of dangerous restraint on children and improve staff training. 

But this will only happen if your MP turns up on the day to vote. You can make sure they do by emailing them.


Funded by NHS Camden Clinical Commissioning Group, this website has been created specifically for Camden residents so that they can seek advice, information and locally-based support to help with their mental health needs. For some, that support may avoid a problem becoming a crisis. The site will also be of interest to healthcare professionals and those involved in social prescribing as it aims to bring together in one place all of the services available in the borough, making signposting to further sources of help much easier. 

Child and adolescent mental health services in Camden.


Thriving at Work sets out what employers can do to better support all employees, including those with mental health problems to remain in and thrive through work.

It includes a detailed analysis that explores the significant cost of poor mental health to UK businesses and the economy as a whole. 


Research findings show a knowledge gap in vital cancer information provision.


We’re excited to announce that our new animation, ‘How does the NHS in England work? An alternative guide’, is now available. Please watch it, share it and let us know what you think.


UCLH achieved an overall experience score of 8.4 out of 10 in the national Emergency Department patient experience survey –the highest for any London acute teaching hospital and the highest within the Shelford Group. The Shelford Group is considered to be a group of the best 16 hospitals in the country.


The results of the latest national survey emergency department patient survey published last week (17 October) show that most people report a good experience of emergency care and describe positive interactions with doctors and nurses.



 • Structure of registration • New and complex providers • Provider-level assessment and rating • Quality of care in a place • Regulation of primary medical services • Regulation of adult social care services • Fit and proper persons requirement    October 2017


Camden CCG is looking for patients (Incl. carers) who have one of the following long term conditions and used services related to their condition in Camden over the last 24 months...


End date: 30 November 2017

The Mayor has launched his Draft Health Inequalities strategy to help create a healthier and fairer society, and to help make the healthier choice easier for everyone, including the most disadvantaged.

We want to know what you think about these plans and your ideas for improving health and wellbeing for all Londoners...